I decided to share my favorites this far from the New York Fashion Week SS2014!
The master of simplicity with a twist and the creative director of Balenciaga was able to create a provocative and a versatile collection for every kind of Wang fan. From bermuda tops and dresses, to oversized jackets, to hidden monogramming, to logo crew necks, everybody can take advantage of this collection.
My favorite: the oversized jackets, printed tops and the slouchy pants.
The show was all about separates combining mens' shirts and lovely pencil skirts that revealed a lot of thigh with the split. The color palette was very monotone. However, the secretary / business woman looks were never monochrome, which made the collection simple but far from boring.
My favorite: The new adaptation of pencil skirt.
BCBG MAX AZRIA
It's been almost 25 years since the brand BCBG Max Azria was established, and oh boy this, power couple behind the brand knows what to do! Flowy and tailored garments were amazing. It was cool to see that white will be wearable next spring like it was throughout this summer. For the crop top lovers; yes, it will be in next spring too. Also, yay for the python jacket!
My favorite: The sleeveless trench coat and all white looks.
The multitalented Jason Wu created a collection filled with good quality fabrics. Ribbed silk shirts with beaded skirts / dresses (wow), the well structured suits, the armory like vibes (not in the picture), and the skirts!! The color palette was subdued, which I oh so love!
My favorite: The whole collection. Period.
The collection was the most colorful thus far. The pastels will keep on stomping from fall to spring! Prabal Gurung created something very 1960's inspired with the mid-calf length pencil skirts and sculptured tops. The shoes were uuuumazing. I'm not very familiar with his designs but this makes me want to see more!
My favorite: The light green trench coat, shoes and skirts.
You will see me wearing detailed pencil skirts, colored trench coats, slouchy and tailored pants next spring. Now, back to the fall. What were your favorites?